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dc.date.accessioned 2013-03-07T21:26:44Z en
dc.date.available 2013-03-08T19:19:02Z en
dc.date.issued 2010 en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10211.1/1678 en
dc.description Zaum is the annual and award-winning literary magazine of Sonoma State University. It is produced entirely by students, and it publishes poetry, prose, and art by undergraduate and graduate students across the globe. Each issue is published in the spring semester. The word "zaum" is a Russian term meaning beyond words or beyond sense. Zaum Magazine strives to publish work that is of the highest quality, The magazine has received several national student awards from the Associated Writing Programs: for editorial vision (1996), and for graphic design (1998). Student work from issues #6 and #7 were nominated for the prestigious Pushcart Prize, a national prize open to any writer in the country. en
dc.description.abstract Contents: Daniel Conte / chameleon -- Amber Nelson / harpo -- Joseph Goosey / In Back Alleys -- Michelle Salvail / Seaweed salad -- Katie Menzies / Self-Reliance. -- Reilly Nolan / Ventriloquism on Momma 's Birthday -- Michelle Salvail / Black Feline Quills -- Daniel Conte / Dick Corey is Beautiful -- Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran / Amerikkka the Beautiful -- Zac Walsh / Enduring Sound Doctrine -- Katie Pinkston / direction -- Gordon Moran / alice -- Lindsay Winters / An Apparition in a Well-Lit Room -- Reilly Nolan / November 13th, 1957 or 1959 if you like -- Seth Landman / Interior Losses -- Michelle Salvail / Ditty White Trash Broad -- Katie Menzies / sonar -- Jane Thompson / Dancing with Scissors -- Katie Menzies / eyes -- Holly Day / Why This Could Be Happening To Me -- Colin Partch / How we separate about an aesthetic space. -- Aaron Frisbie / Untitled en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher Department of English, Sonoma State University en
dc.subject poetry en
dc.subject literary magazine en
dc.title Zaum 14 en
dc.type Other en
dc.advisor Conoley, Gillian en


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